Goa Legislative Assembly

गोवा विधानसभा

Shri. Rohan Khaunte

Cabinet Minister

Shri. Rohan Khaunte

Constituency No/Name: 09 - Porvorim

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Bharatiya Janata Party
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H. No. 1213, Casa De Monte,Salvador-Do-Mundo, Porvorim, Bardez-Goa

Election Details

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Bharatiya Janata Party

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Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017

16 Mar 2017 to 15 Dec 2021

Porvorim

Independent

19656

11174

4213

Independent

The resignation tendered by SHRI ROHAN KHAUNTE Member elected from 09-Porvorim Constituency from his seat in the House on 15th December, 2021 afternoon has been accepted by the Hon’ble Speaker.Refer Bulletin Part II No 282 for more details

Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012

19 Mar 2012 to 14 Mar 2017

Porvorim

Independent

16870

7972

901

Independent
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
Cabinet Minister
(Since 28 Mar 2022)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
Cabinet Minister
(14 Mar 2017 to 13 Jul 2019)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
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Committee on Privileges
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Committee on Public Undertakings
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
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Estimates Committee
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
CHAIRMAN
Select Committee on The Goa Requisition And Acquisition Of Property Bill, 2017
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
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Committee On Public Undertakings
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
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Select Committee on – The Goa Entertainment Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2015
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
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Library Committee
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Estimates Committee
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Panel of Presiding Officers

Bill No 35 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Registration of Tourist Trade (Amendment) Bill, 2022

21 Jul 2022

Tourism

Department of Tourism

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Bill No 34 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Tourist Places (Protection and Maintenance) (Amendment) Bill, 2022

21 Jul 2022

Tourism

Department of Tourism

pdfThe GTPPMA Bill 2022.pdfpdfBill As Passed 54.61 KB

Bill No 33 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Information Technology Development (Amendment) Bill, 2022 

21 Jul 2022

Information Technology

Department of Information Technology

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Bill No 32 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Electronic Delivery of Notices Bill, 2022

20 Jul 2022

Information Technology

Department of Information Technology

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BIll No 14 of 2018 (Government Bill)

The Goa Land Revenue Code (Amendment) Bill, 2018

30 Jul 2018

02 Aug 2018

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PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTIONS

SHRI ROHAN KHAUNTE, MLA moved the following:
“This House strongly recommends the Government to constitute a separate State Minorities Commission for Goa. The previous correspondence exchanged if any by the State Government before the Government of India  be examined afresh before constituting the State Minorities Commission for Goa.”

SHRI MAHADEV NAIK, Minister for Social Welfare and SHRI LAXMIKANT PARSEKAR, Chief Minister replied to the points raised
by the Mover.
the Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 15

Shri. Mahadev Naik

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTIONS

SHRI ROHAN KHAUNTE, MLA  moved the following:
“This House strongly recommends the Government to provide special learning classes to failures in Std IX and Std X. As per the present RTE Act 2009 there is no detention up to Std VIII but moment the child reaches to Std IX there are huge failures and the same is observed in Std X. Hence, the Government needs to provide special learning classes to such students ensuring that these students get good education for a better future.”
SHRI LAXMIKANT PARSEKAR, Chief Minister replied to the points raised by the Mover.
          
The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 10

Shri. Laxmikant Parsekar

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTIONS

SHRI ROHAN KHAUNTE, MLA moved the following:

“This House strongly recommends the Government to frame a policy of 30% reservation on Projects for local residents on allotment of residential or commercial projects coming up under the banner of Housing Board in respective Constituencies in order to cater to the unemployed/self-employed youths/women entrepreneurs for taking part in small business activities to earn their livelihood.”
   
SHRI LAXMIKANT PARSEKAR, Chief Minister replied to the points raised by the Mover.     
The Resolution was put to vote and division was sought and defeated by 16 to 5 votes.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 5

Shri. Laxmikant Parsekar

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTIONS

SHRI ROHAN KHAUNTE MLA moved the following:

“This House strongly recommends that the Government should create jobs in Private Sector by granting subsistence allowance to the
unemployed youths in the State by linking them to industries as trainees or under apprenticeship for industries that are being set up in the State.”
 
The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Eleventh Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Mahadev Naik

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTIONS

SHRI ROHAN KHAUNTE, MLA to move the following:
“This House strongly recommends the Government for formation of Independent Solid Waste Management Board with a focus on Garbage Management in order to achieve the goal for the project of Swachh Bharat/Neetal Goem in a planned and professional manner.”

Tenth Session 2015

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 15

Absence of Covid Protocol

Fear and anxiety in the minds of the people due to the absence of COVID protocols in the State. Goa was amongst the first few States in the country to be declared as COVID free, however, due to the lack of restrictions on outsiders entering the State, despite foresight of its repercussions, Goa was stripped of its ‘Green Zone’ title. Once again, on the arrival of the second wave, the State Government stands unguarded welcoming outsiders. Our neighbouring states like Maharashtra have imposed strict COVID testing protocol on arrival to prohibit all possible suspects from entering the State. The State government needs to take similar steps at this preliminary stage to prevent community transmission of the virus. The steps Government proposes to take in this regard

Fourteenth Session 2021

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Calling Attention on Flooding on Bunds

Fear and apprehension in the minds of the people and the agriculturists due to the damage caused to the agricultural fields in the State due to flooding of bunds and improper infrastructure and non-maintenance and construction of bund by the Government for promoting agriculture in the State of Goa on account of which our young youth and age old agriculturists shy away from carrying out the business. Agricultural crops are destroyed due to unauthorised work carried out at sluice gates and at Carrem-Vaddem fields. The measures the Government intends to take in this regards

Thirteenth Session 2021

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Calling Attention

Fear & anxiety in the minds of the public at large regarding the Mhadei Water Dispute which have remained unresolved till date. The lethargic approach of the Government in dealing with the matter and attempts by Karnataka to divert the water inspite of the matter being subjudice has caused damage to Ecology of Goa. People have apprehensions on the intention of the Government to protect the interest of the State. The steps Government intends to take in the matter

Thirteenth Session 2021

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Shri. Filipe Rodrigues

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Legalise production of Cannabis

Shri Digambar Kamat, Shri Vijai Sardessai, Shri Ravi S. Naik, Shri Rohan A, Khaunte, Shri Prasad Gaonkar, Shri Luizinho Faleiro, Shri Jayesh Salgonkar; Shri Ramkrishna Dhavalikar, Shri Aleixo Lourenco, Shri Vinod Palyekar. Fear and Anxiety in the minds of the public at large regarding the attempts by the Government to legalise production of Cannabis in the State of Goa, which is being used as Narcotic Drug and banned under Narcotic Substance Law.  The decision of the Government will convert Goa into a Drug Destination

Thirteenth Session 2021

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 2

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Calling Attention

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the people of Goa due to cases reported of the dreaded Novel Corona Virus.  Steps  the Government will take to screen for the virus and prevention of its outbreak among the people of Goa”.

Eleventh Session 2020

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

Shri. Vishwajit Rane

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

Shri Rohan Khaunte, Minister for Revenue moved the following:

 

“This House congratulates Mr Lenny D’Gama, for achieving excellent records in boxing field, and was selected as the best International Referee (3 stars) for Olympic in Boxing 2014. He had been awarded the Best International Technical Official by the Asian Boxing Confederation (ASBC) during the “Best of the Asians 2017” in Asia thus bringing laurels and pride to the State of Goa and a great honour for India.”

 

 

Fourth Session 2017

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

Reg Govt Employees

SHRI ROHAN KHAUNTE, MLA, made a mention about the fear and anxiety in the minds of all Government employees due to the following concerns that affect their employment and benefits of employment:
1. Pendency and anomalies in the payment of arrears as per the 7th Pay Commission in various Government departments/institutions such as Sanjay School at Porvorim, RDA, GIDC etc.
2. Non-settlement of gratuity, pension and other Government benefits wherein there have been instances of the Government paying gratuity/pension amount after deducting certain amount without prior intimation, due to Government lapses, thereby causing sufferings to the widows/children of the deceased employees.
3. Non-regularization of people who are employed on temporary or contractual basis for more than 5 years, despite assurances given in the past to regularise them.
4. Issuance of notice for vacating Government police quarters, especially to single parents during these testing COVID times. Sudden displacement is not possible for people in the midst of this pandemic and unemployment in the State, therefore, certain exceptions should be considered on humanitarian grounds.
5. Pending increase in the ceiling limit of Rs.3.5 lakhs on appointments made on compassionate grounds vide Notification dated 1/12/2015 The steps the Government intends to take in this regard.


DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, Chief Minister replied to the Mention.

Sixteenth Session 2021

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 2

Department of Personnel

Increase in the stamp duty

Shri Rohan Khaunte, MLA, made a mention as regards thefear and anxiety in the minds of the people, due to the sudden increase in the stamp duty of conveyance deeds, especially for registration of housing societies. Vide notification dated 17/06/2021 published in the Official Gazette, the stamp duty on registration fee of Conveyance Deed was hiked from 1.5% to 3%. This has raised concerns amongst the residents of most housing societies who have already paid stamp duty to builders prior to this Notification. Paying another 1.5% would not only be unfair to them but would cast a substantial financial burden on people amidst this pandemic. A capping or date of prospective implementation should be set, without affecting the interests of those who have paid their stamp duty fee. This would relieve people from the additional burden of paying double stamp duty during this Covid pandemic. The steps Government proposes to take in this regard. “

Shri Nilesh Cabral, Minister for Law and Judiciary, replied to the mention.

Sixteenth Session 2021

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 1

Department of Law

Money on Social Security Scheme

SHRI ROHAN KHAUNTE, MLA made a mention about fear and anxiety in the minds of senior citizens, women of the State due to the pendency of money to be disbursed under vital schemes like Dayanand Social Security Scheme, Griha Aadhar Scheme and the Ladli Lakshmi Scheme respectively. Due to the pandemic, people have faced unemployment crisis, increase in the price of essential commodities and other similar hardships. Senior citizens who are dependent on money which comes from the Dayanand Social Security Scheme are also in a helpless situation. The Griha Aadhar Scheme disbursement hasn’t taken place for the existing beneficiaries from April 2021 till date. Additionally, from 2016 till date, the applications under Griha Aadhar are yet to be sanctioned. The applications under Ladli Lakshmi are also pending disbursement from 2017 till date. Moreover, the disbursement under Dayanand Social Security Scheme for the existing beneficiaries is pending from June 2021 till date and those pending sanction is awaited from 2019 till date. The people who avail benefits under the Scheme come from financially challenging backgrounds and therefore rely on these benefits. The steps Government proposes to take in this regard.              

Dr. Pramod Sawant, Chief Minister, replied to the Mention.

Sixteenth Session 2021

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 1

Directorate of Social Welfare

Zero Hour Mention -5

“fear and anxiety in the minds of the people of Porvorim due to the haphazard planning of the area owing to the increasing number of Government, commercial and residential complexes. Porvorim is categorized under ‘urban’ status, however, the constituency still faces major water, electricity, garbage and sewerage problems. Therefore, it is imperative to commission the Water Treatment Plant so as to ease out the water related problems of the area. In addition, the Government needs to revisit its ‘Har Ghar Nal’ concept considering many parts of the State still lack proper water supply. The people of Porvorim are also concerned about the electrical issues in the area. The street light poles are not having LED fittings due to shortage of the same. This results in areas with dark spots, frequent accidents and security issues. Furthermore, there have been concerns on the pendency of the Sewerage Treatment Plant wherein the land for setting up the plant is still pending clearance. Similarly other vital projects of the Constituency such as the Housing Board market, Multipurpose Panchayat ground, proposed fire station, proposed Science Park, PDA Garden Tourism Art park also needs to be made operational. The steps Government proposes to take in this regard.”

Thirteenth Session 2021

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 4

Shri. Pramod Sawant

Zero Hour Mention-1

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the people of Goa as regards that the management of Malika Arjun College of Canacona, has not obtained NOC from the concerned Authorities as regards the change in the name of the College.

Thirteenth Session 2021

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Smt. Jennifer Monserrate

006B - NATIONAL HIGHWAY AND STATE ROADS

*WILL the Minister for Public Works be pleased to state: 

(a) the details of all Contractors and Consultants appointed to carry out the works of the National Highway from Patradevi via Pernem to Canacona as on date along with following details for each Contractor and Consultant appointed; 
1) name, address and contact details of the Contractors; 
2) name and address an contact details of the Consultants; 
3) copies of work order/Agreement; 
4) copies of Tender documents through which Contractor/Consultant is appointed; 
5) the list of participants under each tender; 
6) copies of bids submitted by each participant; 
(b) the details and copies of all bills raised, bills pending and bills cleared for each Contractor and Consultant with regards to the works of National Highway roads at Point No. (a) above; 
(c) the  details of all land acquired, compensation paid, land pending to be acquired, pending compensation to be paid as on date with regards to the National Highway roads acquisition process; 
(d) the details of the Monitoring Authority/Certifying Authority/Nodal Officers for the works of the National Highway roads along with date of its formation, persons deployed from Centre, persons deployed by the Contractor/Consultant to monitor the work, copies of all site inspection reports, copies of all site visit reports and all other compliance reports submitted by them till date; 
(e) whether it is a fact that the works of the National Highway which include widening of road, construction of flyover and bridges are not satisfactory and substandard; if so, the details thereof; 
(f) the copies of all complaints received on the works of National Highways and action taken on each complaint as on date; 
(g) the number of proposals that are pending for works under PWD (Roads) from 2017 till date with details Constituency-wise and year-wise under Capital and Revenue heads along with the type of work, estimated cost, work description, area of the works under the following categories; 
1) details and copies of proposals received; 
2) details and copies of proposal/works pending along with reasons for pendency; 
3) details of works tendered as on date; 
4) details of works tendered but work order not issued; 
5) details and copies of files pending expenditure sanction; 
6) details and copies of file pending to be sent for expenditure sanction; 
7) details of works where work order is issued but work has not started with reasons therefor; 
8) details and copies of all works completed; 
(h) the Constituency-wise details and copies of all files pending with the Finance Department relating to roads at the end of the following financial years along with details of work revalidated at the end of every financial years 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20 and 2020-21; 
(i) the total outstanding to Contractors working on State roads as on date with details; 
(j) the present status of the flyover from Porvorim Bazar to Teen Building Junction along with the date of commencement, date of completion, details of contractors and consultants, copies of work orders and reasons for delay; 
(k) furnish copies of all suggestions submitted by the residents of Porvorim with regard to the Flyover from Porvorim Bazar to Teen Building Junction along with status of each suggestion as on date; 
(l) whether the MLA of Porvorim has raised issues of works carried out from Mapusa Tar to Porvorim Bazaar; if so, the details of the visits conducted,  engineers present on site, action taken on the site and action taken on the contractor due to such lapses; and 
(m) whether the PWD acknowledges the breaking of the water pipeline and the snapping of the main underground cable leading to major electricity and water problems by the Highway Contractor; if so, the details of the action taken on the Contractor;  if not, the reasons therefor? 
 

Answer:

SUB: STARRED LAQ NO. 006B TABLED BY SHRI. ROHAN KHAUNTE, REGARDING “NATIONAL HIGHWAY AND STATE ROADS” TO BE ANSWERED ON 19TH October 2021.

QUESTIONSANSWERS
WILL the Minister for Public Works be pleased to state:By Shri. Deepak Pauskar, Hon.ble Minister for PWD 

(a) the details of all Contractors and Consultants appointed to carry out the works of the National Highway from Patradevi via Pernem to Canacona as on date along with following details for each Contractor and Consultant appointed; 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sir, the details are as per Annexure I enclosed.

 

2) name and address an contact details of the Consultants; 

 

3) copies of work order/Agreement; 

 

Sir,The information is voluminous and therefore if directed the same will be placed on the floor of the house.
4) copies of Tender documents through which Contractor/Consultant is appointed; Sir,The information is voluminous and therefore if directed the same will be placed on the floor of the house.
5) the list of participants under each tender;Sir, since the project cost was more than Rs.300 crs ,the tender was processed at MORTH New Delhi.
6) copies of bids submitted by each participant; 
(b) the details and copies of all bills raised, bills pending and bills cleared for each Contractor and Consultant with regards to the works of National Highway roads at Point No. (a) above; Sir, the details are as per Annexure I enclosed.
(c) the  details of all land acquired, compensation paid, land pending to be acquired, pending compensation to be paid as on date with regards to the National Highway roads acquisition process; Sir, the details are as per Annexure II & III enclosed.
(d) the details of the Monitoring Authority/Certifying Authority/Nodal Officers for the works of the National Highway roads along with date of its formation, persons deployed from Centre, persons deployed by the Contractor/Consultant to monitor the work, copies of all site inspection reports, copies of all site visit reports and all other compliance reports submitted by them till date; Sir, the details are as per Annexure I enclosed. The work done by the Agency is monitored and certified by the Authority’s Engineer and then recommended to Regional Officer Morth Mumbai through state PWD for consideration. As far as reports are concerned the information is voluminous and if directed will be placed on the floor of the house.
(e) whether it is a fact that the works of the National Highway which include widening of road, construction of flyover and bridges are not satisfactory and substandard; if so, the details thereof; Sir, No.
(f) the copies of all complaints received on the works of National Highways and action taken on each complaint as on date; Sir, Copies enclosed. Action towards complaints/grievances received are acted upon as and when required.

(g) the number of proposals that are pending for works under PWD (Roads) from 2017 till date with details Constituency-wise and year-wise under Capital and Revenue heads along with the type of work, estimated cost, work description, area of the works under the following categories; 

1) details and copies of proposals received; 

2) details and copies of proposal/works pending along with reasons for pendency; 

3) details of works tendered as on date; 

4) details of works tendered but work order not issued; 

5) details and copies of files pending expenditure sanction; 

6) details and copies of file pending to be sent for expenditure sanction; 

7) details of works where work order is issued but work has not started with reasons therefor; 

8) details and copies of all works completed; 

Sir, the details are as per Annexure-IV enclosed.
(h) the Constituency-wise details and copies of all files pending with the Finance Department relating to roads at the end of the following financial years along with details of work revalidated at the end of every financial years 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20 and 2020-21; Sir, the details are as per Annexure-IV and V enclosed.
(i) the total outstanding to Contractors working on State roads as on date with details; Sir, the details are as per Annexure-VI enclosed.
(j) the present status of the flyover from Porvorim Bazar to Teen Building Junction along with the date of commencement, date of completion, details of contractors and consultants, copies of work orders and reasons for delay; Sir, Land acquisition in the stretch of elevated corridor has been held up due to case in Hon,ble Supreme Court (Case No.13962/2019).
(k) furnish copies of all suggestions submitted by the residents of Porvorim with regard to the Flyover from Porvorim Bazar to Teen Building Junction along with status of each suggestion as on date; Sir, meeting was convened in presence of Hon’ble   Chief Minister alongwith residents of porvorim & proposed to sign settlement term. Settlement terms are being finalized.
(l) whether the MLA of Porvorim has raised issues of works carried out from Mapusa Tar to Porvorim Bazaar; if so, the details of the visits conducted,  engineers present on site, action taken on the site and action taken on the contractor due to such lapses; and Sir, as and when Porvorim MLA called, officials of Department were present on site. Directives of Hon'ble MLA were tried to be complied. As mentioned earlier letters to that affect were written to Authoritys Engineers who is actually supervising the work..
(m) whether the PWD acknowledges the breaking of the water pipeline and the snapping of the main underground cable leading to major electricity and water problems by the Highway Contractor; if so, the details of the action taken on the Contractor;  if not, the reasons therefor? Sir, Any water supply pipeline and Electricity cable which are damaged inadvertantly at the time of construction is got repaired from the agency free of cost.
pdfSt 6B Annexure I.pdf

Sixteenth Session 2021

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Shri. Deepak Pauskar

Public Works

Public Works Department

013A - WATER SHORTAGE IN THE STATE

*WILL the Minister for Public Works be pleased to state: 

(a) the taluka wise complaints received by the Government on shortage of water along with the details of the time required to attend each complaint, reasons for water shortage and present status of complaint as on date, for the last one year; 
(b) the Constituency wise detailed chart of the water requirement in MLD in the years 1995, 2005, 2015 and 2021;  
(c) the details of all Water Treatment Plants in the State along with the details of the water generated/ pumped per constituency in the years 1995, 2005, 2015 and 2021; 
(d) whether more treatment plants are planned in the State; if so, the details along with copies of all Cabinet approvals, Cabinet notings, and Government notings in this regard; 
(e) whether Government acknowledges the shortage of raw water; 
(f) the details of the average water supplied to each water treatment plant in the years 1995, 2005, 2015 and 2021; 
(g) the details of the number of tenders executed in Bardez Taluka for water tankers along with the tender copies, list of participants, bids submitted by each participant, copies of work order, vehicle number, tanker owner, whether government/ private, number of trips made, bills raised, bills pending and bills cleared as on date; and 
(h) whether the bills of any tanker operator who has supplied water in Bardez Taluka during water shortage/ water crisis are pending for sanction as on date; and 
(i) if so, the details thereof with reasons for pendency?

Answer:

SUB: STARRED LAQ NO. 013A TABLED BY SHRI. ROHAN KHAUNTE, REGARDING “WATER SHORTAGE IN THE STATE” TO BE ANSWERED ON 19TH OCT. 2021.

QUESTIONSANSWERS
WILL the Minister for Public Works be pleased to state:By Shri. Deepak Pauskar, Hon.ble Minister for PWD 
(a) the taluka wise complaints received by the Government on shortage of water along with the details of the time required to attend each complaint, reasons for water shortage and present status of complaint as on date, for the last one year; 

 

 

 

Sir, details are as per Annexure – I.

(b) the Constituency wise detailed chart of the water requirement in MLD in the years 1995, 2005, 2015 and 2021;  

 

 

 

 

    Details are as per Annexure – II.

(c) the details of all Water Treatment Plants in the State along with the details of the water generated/ pumped per constituency in the years 1995, 2005, 2015 and 2021; 
(d) whether more treatment plants are planned in the State; if so, the details along with copies of all Cabinet approvals, Cabinet notings, and Government notings in this regard; 

 

Details are as per Annexure – III.

The Copies are enclosed as per Enclosure – I (Laid on the table of the House, being voluminous).

(e) whether Government acknowledges the shortage of raw water; There is no shortage of Raw Water in the State.
(f) the details of the average water supplied to each water treatment plant in the years 1995, 2005, 2015 and 2021; Details are as per Annexure – II.
(g) the details of the number of tenders executed in Bardez Taluka for water tankers along with the tender copies, list of participants, bids submitted by each participant, copies of work order, vehicle number, tanker owner, whether government/ private, number of trips made, bills raised, bills pending and bills cleared as on date; and 

 

 

Details are as per Annexure – IV.

The Copies are enclosed as per Enclosure – II(Laid on the table of the House, being voluminous).

(h) whether the bills of any tanker operator who has supplied water in Bardez Taluka during water shortage/ water crisis are pending for sanction as on date; and Yes.
(i) if so, the details thereof with reasons for pendency?Details are as per Annexure – V.
pdfSt 13A Annexure I to V.pdf

Sixteenth Session 2021

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Shri. Deepak Pauskar

Public Works

Public Works Department

013B - CRIMES IN THE STATE

*WILL the Minister for Home be pleased to state: 

(a) the present status of the FIR No. 276/2019 dated 26/12/2019 filed at the Mapusa Police Station with details such as name of the complainant, name of the accused, nature of crime, name of the investigating officer, present status of the investigation and the reason for delay in investigation;  
(b) the present status of the FIR No. 266/2020 dated 06/10/2020 filed at the Mapusa Police Station with the details such as name of the complainant, name of the accused, nature of crime, name of the investigating officer, present status of the investigation and the reasons for delay in the investigation;  
(c) the present status of the FIR No. 22/2021 dated 17/03/2021 filed at the Porvorim Police Station with the details such as name of the complainant, name of the accused, nature of crime, name of the investigating officer, present status of the investigation and the reasons for delay in investigation; 
(d) the  details of the prescribed time frame under law to carry out investigation for a crime registered in the Police Station;  
(e) the taluka-wise and police station-wise details of all crimes recorded under the following categories in the State along with the date of recording crime, name of police station, details of the accused, FIR number, details of investigating officer, reasons for pendency and present status of the case in the last 5 years: 
i)Crimes against Minors  
ii)Crimes against Women 
iii)Crimes involving Human and Flesh Trafficking.  
iv)Crimes involving drugs, narcotics and psychotropic substances 
v)Crimes involving illegal gambling.  
vi) Crimes involving impersonation  
vii)Crimes involving forgery and tampering of Government records 
viii) Cyber Crime 
ix)Chain Snatching;  
(f) the details of all crimes relating to possession and trade of illegal weapons in the State in the last 10 years along with the copies of the FIR, details of the accused, type and quantity of weapons procured, method of disposing or utilizing the illegal weapon and status of investigation as on date; 
(g) the taluka wise and year wise details of all crimes committed by migrants/ Non-Goans in the State in the last 5 years along with their name, details of crime committed, name of police station where crime is recorded, FIR copies, name of investigating officer, FIR number and present status of investigation; and 
(h) the details of the action taken on all vigilance complaints in the last 5 years along with the copies of the complaint, name of the complainant, date of filing the complaint, file number, name of person against whom complaint is filed, designation and department concerned and reasons for pendency? 
 

Answer:

Sir, Answer is attached.   

pdfReply-to-Starred-013B.pdf

Sixteenth Session 2021

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Shri. Pramod Sawant

Home

Department of Home

012 - WORKS UNDER GOA STATE INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

WILL the Minister for Finance be pleased to state: 

(a) the present status of the Atal Setu Bridge as on date along with the details of the cost of construction of the bridge, cost incurred for carrying out all maintenance of the bridge as on date, amount paid to the consultant and details of the amount paid to contractor as on date; 
(b) the present status of the assurance given by the Hon’ble Chief Minister regarding completion of works on Atal Setu Bridge by 30.05.2021 along with the details of all works pending to be carried out on the bridge as on date and report of all faults with the bridge identified as on date; 
(c) the reasons behind the defects and constant repairs of the bridge with details thereof along with the copy of all reports of experts on the structural stability of the bridge; 
(d) the details of all Projects/works undertaken by the Goa State Infrastructure Development Corporation (GSIDC) but pending as on date along with the present status of each work, date of commencement, the expected date of completion of the work, reasons for delay, details of Consultants/Contractor appointed, mode of tendering the work and the amounts paid to Contractors/Consultants as on date; 
(e) the details of all electrical works and status of whether they have been handed over to the Electricity Department as on date; if so, furnish details thereof along with the list of all works and date of handing over the same; if not, the reasons therefor; and 
(f) the present status of the Socorro Multipurpose ground and service road as on date along with the details of the date of commencement of work, works completed, works pending with details of Consultant/Contractor, mode of tendering the works, copies of work order and reasons for delay in the work?  
 

Answer:

Unstarred LAQ no. 012 to be answered on 19th October 2021

pdfreply 012.pdf

Sixteenth Session 2021

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 2

Shri. Pramod Sawant

Finance

Department of Finance

092 - GOA MINERAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIOPN

WILL the Minister for Mines & Geology be pleased to state: 

(a) the details of all mines in the State of Goa along with the following details for each mine in the State: 
(i) lease owner; 
(ii) lease period; 
(iii) owner of surface rights; 
(iv) survey number; 
(v) area; 
(vi) area to be mined; 
(vii) details, status and copies of EC approval; 
(viii) details, status and copies of forest approval; 
(b) the details of the composition of the Goa Mineral Development Corporation which is created under the Goa Mineral Development Corporation Act 2021 along with copies of the member list, agenda items and minutes of all meetings held by the Corporation till date; 
(c) the number of mines that are available under Goa Mineral Development Corporation and Government for auction or getting under the ambit of the Corporation, with details and copies thereof; 
(d) whether any impact assessment of restarting mining on the local villagers and other concerned stakeholders has been assessed prior to formation of the Goa  Mineral Development Corporation, if so, furnish details along with copies, if not, the reasons therefor; 
(e) whether the Government has commenced auction of mining leases, if so, furnish details along with copies of the corresponding Cabinet approvals, cabinet notings, file notings and approvals in this regard; if not, the reason therefor; 
(f) the detailed plan, copies of all Cabinet notings, file notings, Government notings with respect to renewal of mining leases or auction of new leases or continuation of new leases which have expired; 
(g) the details of the Agency appointed for identifying/ exploration of minerals along with the copies of all work orders, contracts, mode of appointment, tender copies, bids submitted, list of participants, bids submitted by participants, period of contract and money to be paid to the Agency and whether the appointment is done by the Government or under the Goa  Mineral Development Corporation; and 
(h) whether there is any case pending before any Court in the country relating to auctioning of mining leases, if so, furnish details along with copies of all orders in the case and the present and future effect of the case on the auctioning of mining leases in the State? 
 

Answer:

Answer is attach through attachment 

pdfLAQ 92.pdf

Sixteenth Session 2021

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 2

Shri. Pramod Sawant

Mines & Geology

Directorate of Mines & Geology